LPG Uses

Lpg is obtained both by estraction from crude oil and natural gas fields and by refining following processes such as catalytic cracking, processing or reforming that can be performed at the refineries. Lpg is the most environment-friendly fuel because its combustion does not produce any harmful emissions. The most common Lpgs on the market are: butane (C4H10) characterised by a lower pressure and propane (C3H8) mostly used for small tanks.